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Dynamic capital mobility in Pacific Basin developing countries

International Monetary Fund.

Dynamic capital mobility in Pacific Basin developing countries

estimation and policy implications

by International Monetary Fund.

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Published by International Monetary Fund in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Hamid Faruqee.
SeriesIMF working paper -- WP/91/115
ContributionsFaruqee, Hamid., International Monetary Fund. Central Asia Dept.
The Physical Object
Pagination22 p. --
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21058672M

Capital Mobility in Developing Countries: Some Measurement Issues and Empirical Estimates Peter J. Montiel A fundamental determinant of the macroeconomic properties of an economy is its degree offinancial integration with the outside world. Yet very little is known about this characteristic of many developing economies. Increasing Export Diversification in Commodity Exporting Countries: A Theoretical Analysis; The Information Content of Prices in Derivative Security Markets; Stopping High Inflation: An Analytical Overview; Shorter Papers and Comments The Causes of Real Exchange Rate Variability; Dynamic Capital Mobility in Pacific Basin Developing Countries.

measuring capital mobility. Starting from the capital mobility index we estimate a panel across 80 countries, both developed and developing between Results suggest that more capital mobility in developing countries affects growth negatively, whereas it possibly stimulates growth in developed countries. JEL: F32, F43, C This paper examines the degree of capital mobility in the countries of the Caucasus. We employ a simple model developed in the seminal paper by Feldstein and Horioka (). First, we estimate the model using conventional time-series econometrics in order to capture the short-run dynamics. Then, we construct a panel of 6 countries of the Caucasus – Azerbaijan, Armenia, .

Pooling annual data for the period for 29 developing countries, the estimated impact of saving on investment is considerably smaller and it is possible to conclude that there is some degree of capital mobility in developing countries. saving-investment correlations and capital mobility in developing countries with special reference to india benu schneider july, indian council for research on international economic relations core-6a, 4th floor, india habitat centre, lodi road, new dlehi File Size: KB.


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This paper estimates empirically the changing degree of capital mobility in several Pacific Basin countries that have pursued financial liberalization in recent years. Tracing the impact of the liberalization process on the capital account, the paper also examines the implications for monetary policy operating in this changing economic environment.

Dynamic capital mobility in Pacific Basin developing countries: estimation and policy implications. [Hamid Faruqee; International Monetary Fund. Central Asia Department.].

Get this from a library. Dynamic Capital Mobility in Pacific Basin Developing Countries: Estimation and Policy Implications. [Hamid Faruqee; International Monetary Fund.] -- This paper estimates empirically the changing degree of capital mobility in several Pacific Basin countries that have pursued financial liberalization in recent years.

Downloadable. This paper estimates empirically the changing degree of capital mobility in several Pacific Basin countries that have pursued financial liberalization in recent years.

Tracing the impact of the liberalization process on the capital account, the paper also examines the implications for monetary policy operating in this changing economic environment. The changing degree of capital mobility in several Pacific Basin countries that have pursued financial liberalization is estimated empirically.

Tracing the impact of the liberalization process on the capital account, the paper also examines the implications for monetary policy operating in this changing economic by: Dynamic Capital Mobility in Pacific Basin Developing Countries.

By Hamid Faruqee. Abstract. This paper estimates empirically the changing degree of capital mobility in several Pacific Basin countries that have pursued financial liberalization in recent years.

Tracing the impact of the liberalization process on the capital account, the paper Author: Hamid Faruqee. The changing degree of capital mobility in several Pacific Basin countries that have pursued financial liberalization is estimated empirically. Tracing the impact of the liberalization process on the capital account, the paper also examines the implications for monetary policy operating in this changing economic : Hamid Faruqee.

Dynamic capital mobility in Pacific Basin developing countries: a conceptual framework. IMF Staff Pap – Interdependence through capital flows in Pacific. Targeted capital controls on inflows from credit operations have reduced the impact of financial contagion, not least by shifting the structure of external liabilities.

Stricter information disclosure rules or capital requirements, and strong supervisory authorities have also reduced countries' financial crisis by: The GDyn Model is documented in the following book and papers: GDyn Book: Dynamic Modeling and Applications in Global Economic Analysis by Elena Ianchovichina and Terrie Walmsley (eds), Cambridge University Press, ; A Disequilibrium Model of International Capital Mobility, (), Elena Ianchovichina, Robert McDougall, and Thomas Hertel.

For the seven Asian countries, dynamic capital mobility has been estimated with reference to Japan using Japan’s LIBOR (IFS line 60ea). 4 For six of the Asian countries, market interest rates (IFS line 60b) are used, while the treasury bill rate (IFS line 60c) is used for the Philippines due to data by: 5.

Vol Issue 3, September ISSN: (Print) Increasing Export Diversification in Commodity Exporting Countries: A Theoretical Analysis. Derosa Pages Dynamic Capital Mobility in Pacific Basin Developing Countries: Estimation and. Faruqee, Hamid, “Dynamic Capital Mobility in Pacific Basin Developing Countries: Estimation and Policy Implications,” IMF Working Paper 91/ (Washington: International Monetary Fund, November).

“Dynamic Capital Mobility in Pacific Basin Developing Countries: Estimation and Policy Implications,” IMF Staff papers, Vol. 39, pp.September About Research. Capital Mobility in Developing Countries Some Measurement Issues and Empirical Estimates Peter J.

Montiel It is rare for developing countries to be strongly integrated with world financial markets, but most developing countries must be regarded as. Dynamic Capital Mobility in Pacific Basin Developing Countries: Estimation a This paper estimates empirically the changing degree of capital mobility in several Pacific Basin Forced Savings and Repressed Inflation in the Soviet Union: Some Empirical R.

The combination of large foreign loans and capital flight from developing countries during the s and early s reflected different perceptions of domestic residents and foreign lenders regarding the risks of holding domestic assets. Quantifying International Capital Mobility in the s.

Dynamic Capital Mobility in Pacific Basin Cited by:   The degree of capital mobility in developing economies is seldom estimated, even though it is widely recognized to be an important element in determining the effects of stabilization policies. Instead, an economy is assumed to be open or closed mainly on grounds of analytical by: "Dynamic Capital Mobility in Pacific Basin Developing Countries: Estimation and Policy Implications," IMF Staff Papers, Palgrave Macmillan, vol.

39(3), pagesSeptember. Hamid Faruqee, " Dynamic Capital Mobility in Pacific Basin Developing Countries; Estimation and Policy Implications," IMF Working Papers 91/, International. 91/ Dynamic Capital Mobility in Pacific Basin Developing Countries; Estimation and Policy Implications Hamid Faruqee 91/ Cross-Border Deposits and Monetary Aggregates in the Transition to EMU Ignazio Angeloni, Aviram Levy and Carlo Cottarelli.

Dynamic Capital Mobility in Pacific Basin Developing Countries: Estimation and Policy Implications pp. Hamid Faruqee The Demand for Money in Europe: Comment on Kremers and Lane pp. David Barr The Demand for Money in Europe: Reply to Barr pp.

Jeroen J. M. Kremers and Timothy D. Lane.vol issue 2.Dynamic Capital Mobility in Pacific Basin Developing Countries - Estimation and Policy Implications December Staff Papers - International Monetary Fund Hamid Faruqee.Capital mobility in developing countries: some measurement issues and empirical estimates (English) Abstract.

An economy's financial integration with the outside world (the extent of capital mobility across its borders) is a key determinant of some Cited by: